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🛑⚠️ DEPRICATED! LinkedIn has modified their API and access levels, so this library is no longer functional. ⚠️🛑

LinkedInKit

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A simple wrapper for linkedIn-sdk & linkedIn REST Api written in Swift. Based on https://github.com/tonyli508/LinkedinSwift

Using LinkedIn SDK 1.0.7

Example

To run the example project, clone the repo, and run pod install from the Example directory first.

Requirements

iOS 8.0+

⚠️⚠️⚠️ Linkedin has turned down the support of The Mobile SDK. Using web login only for now. ⚠️⚠️⚠️

Installation

LinkedInKit is available through CocoaPods. To install it, simply add the following line to your Podfile:

pod 'LinkedInKit'

Backwards compatibility

For Swift 3.0 use:

pod 'LinkedInKit', :git => 'https://github.com/webfactorymk/linkedInkit.git', :branch => 'swift3.0'

For Swift 2.3 use:

pod 'LinkedInKit', :git => 'https://github.com/webfactorymk/linkedInkit.git', :branch => 'swift2.3'

For Swift 2.2 use:

pod 'LinkedInKit', :git => 'https://github.com/webfactorymk/linkedInkit.git', :branch => 'swift2.2'

Usage

For project setup please see Getting Started with the Mobile SDK for iOS and Getting started with the REST API . LinkedIn sdk is already imported.

Setup

    LinkedInKit.setup(withConfiguration: LinkedInConfiguration(withClientID: "your_client_id",
                                                               clientSecret: "your_client_secret",
                                                               state: "custom_state_string",
                                                               permissions: [LISDK_BASIC_PROFILE_PERMISSION, LISDK_EMAILADDRESS_PERMISSION],
                                                               redirectURL: "any_valid_url",
                                                               appID: "your_linked_in_app_id"))

redirect_url param needs to be any valid url so the API calls and responses can be intercepted (if using REST api)

Authentication

    LinkedInKit.authenticate({ (token) in
        print(token)
    }) { (error) in
        print(error)
    }

API requests

    LinkedInKit.openProfileWithMemberId("member_id", success: { (success) in
                    print(success)
                }) { (error) in
                    print(error)
        }
    LinkedInKit.requestUrl("https://api.linkedin.com/v1/people/~/shares?format=json",
                            method: .POST,
                            parameters: parameters,
                            success: { (response) in
                                print("response data: \(response?.jsonObject)")
                         }, failure: { (error) in
                                print(error)
        })

Customizing Web View appearance

    LinkedInKit.authViewControllerDelegate = DesignManager.sharedInstance

LinkedInAuthorizationViewControllerDelegate methods

    func linkedInViewControllerNavigationBarColor() -> UIColor? {
        /* return UIColor for customizing the navigation bar */
    }
    
    func linkedInViewControllerTitleAttributtedString() -> NSAttributedString? {
        /* return NSAttributtedString for formating the navigation bar title */
    }
    
    func linkedInViewControllerCancelAttributtedString() -> NSAttributedString? {
        /* return NSAttributtedString for formating 'Cancel' button label */
    }
    
    func linkedInViewControllerLoadingView() -> LinkedInLoadingView? {
        /* return a view conforming the LinkedInLoadingView protocol */
    }

License

LinkedInKit is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.

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